Film and TV

Howard's End

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In her review of Radio Days, Pauline Kael suggested that Allen's theme is one of fading memory: "Will our fame last?" is what the radio stars seem to ask themselves and their audience; will they live on after chat has turned to static? Stern has, rather shrewdly, built for himself a film that suggests he's more than just a radio guy--he's bigger than that. And so he has written himself the ultimate love song, carved the ultimate statue of himself. No one will ever forget Howard Stern. He won't let them.

Private Parts.
Written by Len Blum and Michael Kalesniko. Directed by Betty Thomas. With Howard Stern, Mary McCormack, Robin Quivers, Paul Giamatti, Fred Norris and Richard Portnow.

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